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NJ Home Inspections, Not Destructive

NJ home inspections are not destructive.  While a home inspection is certainly thorough you will not have to worry about repairs due to the inspector’s work.  We will not be tearing your walls apart or putting holes in your ceilings to examine the wiring, plumbing, and structure of your home.  An experienced New Jersey home […]

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NJ Home Inspections Include Air Leaks

NJ home inspections should include checking for air leaks.  Air leaks can cost a homeowner in utility bills and wasted energy, whether in winter trying to keep the heat in or in summer when trying to keep the heat out.  Knowing that a home is airtight and energy efficient is helpful to a homeowner and […]

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NJ Home Inspections, Foreclosure Properties

When it comes to NJ home inspections, foreclosure properties hold a different set of criteria.  While foreclosures are become fewer than in recent years they are still out there, holding a certain allure for investors.  A home inspection will typically not yield repairs or money at closing for buyers but is still important nonetheless.  Hiring […]

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NJ Home Inspections Should Include Radon

NJ home inspections should include radon on the checklist.  Many home buyers are unaware that radon, a radioactive gas, exists in the ground and, if present, has the opportunity to pervade  the inside of a home.  Easily mitigated, it is far better to have a test done to see if radon exists.  Sit down with […]

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